Become root (for example by using the command su), then run "mv
/etc/grub.d/30_os-prober /etc/grub.d/09_os-prober" and "update-grub2".
Or run both commands with sudo ("sudo mv..." and "sudo update-grub2").|
When executing update-grub2 all scripts in /etc/grub.d/ are executed, in order of their names. os-prober looks for other OS (like Win). linux is adding your available kernels to the list.
Am 27.03.2011 15:02, schrieb hamed hosseini:
thank you,can you explain more about question 2 about GRUB,i don't understand